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  • 예스벳

    Chinese names are really fascinating, they also work similar to Koreans. Kim, Lee and Park are the most common surnames in Korea.

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    • Max Hobbs

      Absolutely, although I can't say we are expert Korean speakers there are certainly a number of similarities with how the names are displayed. I think Kim, Lee and Park is similar to Li, Zhang and Wang in Chinese - they are dominant surnames in the language.

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  • Finn

    I want a Chinese name!!

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  • Jemma

    Are any Chinese names like, 5/6 characters?

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    • Max Hobbs

      No Jemma Chinese names are either 2 or 3 characters in virtually all cases.

      I'm sure there are some exceptions out there, but we've never seen otherwise!

      LTL

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  • Martin

    My Chinese name is 马云 (horse cloud) 😂

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    • Max Hobbs

      Excellent Martin, the Ma is from your name also! Good work

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  • Martyn

    Chinese names blow my mind so much thought behind them compared to the west where it's just "follow the trends" or celeb choices!

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    • Max Hobbs

      Indeed, there's a real art behind picking the right one. Very unique

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  • Irina

    矮林 is my Chinese name :)

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    • Max Hobbs

      👏

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  • Carroll

    I finally got my name in Chinese! Thanks LTL!

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    • Marine Colliot

      Always happy to help! :)

      • Marine
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  • Gunnar

    Thank you! My Chinese professor gives us names based on how our own names are pronounced. Funny enough, he thought I was a girl during our first class, so after I told him, he renamed me 郝国男 to remind himself, haha!

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    • Katie Coy

      Haha Gunnar, that is a very funny story 😂.

      The LTL Team

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  • Roob

    Hey, been trying to deciding on a chinese name for AGES, wondering what you think of 周 海霞?

    Its really hard to know what kind of flow it has

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    • Katie Coy

      Hi Roob,

      Yes it can be so hard to decide on a Chinese name!! But 周 海霞 is a great name, it is very 很好听 so we think it's a great choice 😊.

      Thanks, The LTL Team

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  • Frank Balena (高富帅)

    高富帅 was the name given to me years ago. I didn’t realize what it meant until I actually went to China to study 😂😂

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    • Max Hobbs

      We've all been there Frank!

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  • Lea

    My chinese name is 陆慈榕. Is it good or bad??

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    • Katie Coy

      Hi Lea,

      This is a great Chinese name! 慈 means kind and 榕 is a big tree, which in a name refers to growing up strong and quick.

      The LTL Team

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  • CJ

    Is 吳嘉芸 a good female name?

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    • Katie Coy

      Hi CJ,

      The character 嘉 means good and 芸 is a good character for a female name. Really great choice!

      The LTL Team

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  • Grace

    Hi what do you think of 马雅 or 马雅惠 as a girl's name? (which one do you prefer?) Is there any weird/funny alternative meaning to these characters being used together?

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    • Max Hobbs

      Hi Grace, thanks for your comment

      We prefer 马雅惠。 马雅 sounds like 妈呀 which in Chinese means "oh my god" 😂

      Hope this helps

      LTL

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  • Anastasia Wun

    hi, is there such a surname called Bibi 比比? If yes, what exactly does it mean? I'm still puzzled by this name 比比东 BiBi Dong

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    • Max Hobbs

      Hi Anastasia, thanks for your comment

      比比东 comes from a famous novel, TV show and animation called 斗罗大陆.

      It's just a nick name and we don't have a surname like that in Chinese.

      Hope this helps.

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